Building Energy Efficiency Technologies
|DoD spends nearly $3.5 billion annually to power, heat and cool approximately 300,000 buildings hosted on installations around the globe. Improvements to HVAC and lighting systems efficiency and advances in building control systems offer cost-effective solutions to reduce DoD energy costs and improve facility performance. This session presented results from recently completed and ongoing demonstrations of building energy efficient technologies such as lighting and lighting controls and advanced HVAC technologies. In addition, a summary of related projects performing under other federal building technology R&D and demonstration programs were presented.|
|Session Chair: Mr. Brad Gustafson, Office of Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment|
|Introduction by Session Chair||Mr. Brad Gustafson, Office of Assistant Secretary of the Army for Installations, Energy and Environment|
|Keynote Address: Energy Storage at Fort Carson||Mr. Rob Rouse, AECOM|
|Unlocking Additional Savings Via Integrating Lighting with Other Systems||Mr. Michael Myer, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
|More Light, Less Energy: Fully-Integrated Lighting Controls for Maximum Savings||Mr. Brian Urban, Fraunhofer USA Inc., Center for Manufacturing Innovation|
|Advanced DX HVAC Technology Demonstrations||Mr. Michael West, Advantek Consulting|
|A New Resource to Understanding Advanced Building Controls||Mr. David Vigliotta and Dr. Xiaohui “Joe” Zhou, Slipstream|
|Optimizing Facility Operations by Applying Machine Learning to the Army Reserve Enterprise Building Control System||Ms. Emily Wendel, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory|
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